Many zoology students tied ribbons as friendship bands to animals and trees at a Jamshedpur zoo to mark the Friendship Day. The kids tied friendship bands" to animals, plants, and trees at the Tata Zoological Gardens of Jamshedpur. The little children tied ribbons of different colors around several animals like the rabbits and ducks.
The zoo authorities on the occasion of Friendship Day had especially invited these little guests. School teachers accompanying these kids said that they believed in celebrating Friendship Day with animals and plants whereby the kids will become sensitive to Mother Nature. It looked as if the zoo inmates were happy with the presence of their new 'friends'.
Friendship Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of August. The trend started in 1935 when the United States Congress proclaimed the first Sunday of August as the National Friendship Day. Friendship Day has spread worldwide. Friends exchange friendship bands as a sign of unbreakable bond.